Wuyi Golden Water

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Oolong Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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  • “This was another sample from Wild Tea Qi. I used a smaller gaiwan 170 ml and about 5 gm of tea. This tea is comparable to the Big Red Robe I had yesterday but I think the fruit flavor more plum...” Read full tasting note
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Handpicked at over 4,500 feet high in the rich volcanic soils of the Wuyi Mountains, our Da Hong Pao has tender, fat, thick, long-shape smooth brownish green tea leaves, with dark red edges. Imagine the rich taste of Da Hong Pao you love, combined with the floral sweetness of Tie Guan Yin and you have Golden Water Oolong. This is a rare, special Da Hong Pao, with a flavor unlike any other. You feel it mellow, smooth, round and somewhat complicated with various tastes blended. You’ll be further overwhelmed by its fragrance! Rich, lingering fully around your nose and mouth, a special “rock aroma”! It is COFCC Certified Organic.

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This was another sample from Wild Tea Qi. I used a smaller gaiwan 170 ml and about 5 gm of tea. This tea is comparable to the Big Red Robe I had yesterday but I think the fruit flavor more plum like. There is also lots of perfume flavors as well. One of those flavors gave me fits yesterday when I drank the BRR. It was when I went shopping in the farmers’s market for southeastern Asian herbs for bulgogi that it hit me like a brick. It’s that minty menthol flavor that is nuanced in these Wuyi’s that I enjoy. Specifically when I tried a leaf of Vietnamese coriander. The one difference is this tea has a bit more of that perfume. Oh and the last of the scones was a great accompaniment.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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